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New JSH-Online experience has launched
Welcome to the newly-refreshed JSH-Online! If you came to this announcement through the main JSH-Online page, you will have seen some of the changes already. The homepage, as well as the Journal and Sentinel homepages, have a fresh look and new features. The crisp design, which includes a new menu feature, accessible from the top right corner of every page on the site, is easier to navigate, especially on your mobile device. You can easily:
- Get quick access to the Journal and Sentinel areas of the site
- Explore archive content
- Listen to the most recent podcast
- Get tips for contributing your own testimony of healing
New Journal homepage
The Christian Science Journal is a resource for deepening your understanding of Christian Science. The new Journal homepage includes a monthly big-picture overview from our editors about the healing ideas in the latest issue. As always, you are able to read and listen to the latest Journal issue, now, right from the homepage.
New Sentinel homepage
The Christian Science Sentinel helps readers stand watch over, and uplift, the mental landscape of the world around us. Each week, exclusively on the Sentinel homepage, you’ll find articles with spiritual insights on a specific weekly topic. You’ll be able to share your own healing ideas on the topic and see submissions from fellow readers.
Introducing the new Concord
Concord Express has been replaced with a new, enhanced Concord experience. Visitors to JSH-Online and eBibleLesson have free guest access to search the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy’s writings within Concord’s upgraded, elegant, mobile-friendly digital study package. You can access the new Concord from the bottom of the new JSH-Online homepage. You can also access Concord on every page by using the icon located in the new main menu, in the top right the page. Or as you’re reading an article or testimony, simply click any citation link to open Concord and discover a range of search and study options.
Once the new Concord opens, you’ll immediately see a panel where you can choose the experience that’s best for you: Sample Concord for free as a guest and take a tour of the new Concord, or, if you already have a new Concord account, you may log in for full access.
As a guest, you are able to view passages, perform basic searches, and create citation lists during your session. Once you exit the session, however, any lists created as a guest will be erased. If you register for or subscribe to Concord, you’ll be able to create and save multiple citation lists, as well as get full access to the 1932 and 2017 Christian Science Hymnals, including accompanying audio. Visit the Concord product information site to learn more about its new design and features.
For more information about the changes we’ve made, visit our FAQs or Take a Tour page, or you can sign up for our Tip of the Week newsletter. And please let us know what you think about the changes. We’d love to hear from you.